|Movies For the Blind 116 - The Southerner part 1|
Texas cotton-picker Sam Tucker (Zachary Scott) tries for a better future for his family by striking out on his own. But the weather and a bitter neighbour will make for a long winter. 1945. Part 1 of 3.
Keywords: podcast; description; described; vision-impaired; drama; jean renoir; sessions perry; farm; sharecropper
|Movies For the Blind 117 - The Southerner part 2|
Spring brings hope to the Tucker clan, but an illness threatens to kill one of them if help is not found soon. Part 2 of 3. (Part 1 here.) moviesfortheblind.com
Keywords: podcast; description; blind; vision-impaired; drama; jean renoir; farm; texas; zachary scott; zach
1927 motion picture by Jean Renoir.
Keywords: Jean Renoir; Catherine Hessling; Johnny Huggins; Silent Movie; Paris; Post Apocalyptic
|"The Little Match Girl" ["La petite marchande d'allumettes"]  - Jean Renoir|
From Hans Christian Andersen's story to the screen by Jean Renoir, Catherine Hessling as Karen evokes delight and pathos. Wikipedia... Spoiler included. On a cold New Year's Eve, a poor girl tries to sell matches in the street. She is freezing badly, but she is afraid to go home because her father will beat her for not selling any matches. She takes shelter in a nook and lights the matches to warm herself...
Keywords: Catherine Hessling; French cinema; Hans Christian Andersen; Jean Renoir; silent films
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|OFondoDoAireEVermello_21Decembro2011_AVidaENosa_TerraNatal - Cineclube de Compostela|
Diversos materiais arredor de A vida Ã© nosa e Terra Natal, os filmes proxectados polo Cineclube de Compostela neste mes de decembro, sosteÃ±en esta entrega d'O fondo do aire Ã© vermello. Con textos de Jean Renoir ou Howard Zinn e a voz de Paul Robeson.
Keywords: Cineclube de Compostela; Radio Kalimera; La vie est a nous; Native Land; Paul Robeson; Jean Renoir; Howard Zinn; Paul Strand
|Three Philosophical Filmmakers - Hitchcock, Welles, Renoir|
Three Philosophical Filmmakers - Hitchcock, Welles, Renoir
Keywords: welles; hitchcock; renoir; filmmakers; philosophical; orson; film; camera; cinematic; movie; three philosophical; philosophical filmmakers; jean renoir; orson welles; alfred hitchcock; family portrait; gary grant; van sant; human beings; grand illusion
|Episode 59: Car Crashes in Black & White [Frances Ha; Blancanieves; The Internship] - Calum Reed & Pete Sheppard|
It's Episode 59 of In the Mood for Podcast, a British-based film podcast hosted by Calum Reed of Ultimate Addict and Pete Sheppard of In the Mood for Blog. We're going retro with this week's podcast, as we discuss the otherworldly prowess of Rita Hayworth in 1946 noir "Gilda," which Pete caught recently in all of its digitally restored glory. We also discuss two films deliberately harking back to the good old days, with silent fairy-tale "Blancanieves" facing off against Noah Baumbach's "Manhatt...
Keywords: podcast; review; podcast review; frances ha; greta gerwig; grace kelly; noah baumbach; grace gummer; mickey sumner; meryl streep; adam driver; new york; woody allen; manhattan; renoir; jean renoir; pierre auguste renoir; the internship; shawn levy; vince vaughn; owen wilson; rose byrne; the goddess of 1967; venice film festival; best actress; blancanieves; snow white; carmen; the artist; la antena; the aerial; spain; oscars; foreign language film; kelly reichardt; night moves; kim ki duk; james franco; child of god; david gordon green; gravity; alfonso cuaron; john curran